A lot of news about the Moto 360 is churning day in and day out. The Motorola Moto 360 is one of the most awaited and best Android Wear-powered smart-watch people have ever seen so it’s all about excitement. Motorola has directly confirmed that they will be announcing the details and availability at the IFA on 4th September 2014. Android Wear smart-watches by LG and Samsung are available for purchase but there is no much response from the sales section. The Moto 360 is coming into the market at the right time and is hopefully going to change the smart-watch era for good. The shocking thing is that Motorola now has a competitor who is the largest search giant. Google is giving a push to get some exposure for their Android Wear.
Google’s new Android Wear spots focus on a few of the platform’s most touted features which include various voice controls, Google Now and integration to a high-level with Android-powered smartphones. There are no vague surprises, but the four videos display real world day-to-day scenarios where a smart-watch running Android Wear is useful. Android Wear is supposed to be very useful in our daily life because it really does not need you to have your phone in your hand all day long. Considering the health effects of excessive use of phones, the Android Wear could be considered as a life saver (depends on the usage).